RIP XXXTentacion; or is he faking his death again?

Arnima Dwivedi
Published on: 20 Jun 2018 6:37 AM GMT
RIP XXXTentacion; or is he faking his death again?
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London: XXXTentacion, Jahseh Dwayne Onfroy, was an American rapper, singer and songwriter, who on June 18, was brutally shot by two assailants in a dark-colored SUV in an apparent robbery.

His death brought mixed reactions from fans and critics just as his music that had brought attention to mental health and encouraged his fans to find hope in the fog of despair.

But, the question arises is that if he is faking his death? Is it a complete publicity stunt?

There is a speculation about him faking his death. He had a tree shaped tattoo on his forehead which was mysteriously removed along with other facial tattoos when his body was recovered. There were no blood and gunshots wounds near his chest area.

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It is to be recalled that previously, he faked his death for the sake of his album.

He use to say 'nobody cares until you are dead', and now when he is dead everyone cares, even his haters care for him.

His upcoming album is called 'nopulse' and if he is faking his death again, his fans will be disappointed over the behaviour but at least he proved what he said about death.

According to the sources close to the rapper, he was a rebel since his childhood. When he was six years old, he tried to stab a man attempting to attack his mother. Onfroy was expelled from middle school after series of physical altercations. Spin (an American music magazine) labeled Onfroy 'rap's most controversial man'.

We wish he would have been alive and able top see that his words became fact, however, we also hope that this time he is not faking his death because this could make him lose some of his dear fans...

RIP XXXTentacion

Arnima Dwivedi

Arnima Dwivedi

A journalist, presently working as a sub-editor with newstrack.com. I love exploring new genres of humans and humanity.

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